AET have re-supplied Oak finish factory bonded Nesite floor panels to refurbish one floor, and the supply and delivery of panels to a second floor is under way at No. 1 Cavendish Place. A raised access floor is an essential part of an AET Flexible Space under floor HVAC system, which uses the plenum beneath the raised floor as the ventilation duct as well as housing normal cabling and IT services.
This eliminates the need for ceiling based duct work, making it easy and economical to adapt to services changes in the workplace. The CAM or downflow unit treats and conditions air before it enters the plenum, and then it is introduced into the space via floor recessed fan terminal units, or Fantiles. Fantiles are easily relocated with standard 600 x 600mm floor tiles and also feature integrated controllers allowing users to personally adjust temperature and fan speed settings. The end result is a high quality adaptive indoor environment.
AET Flexible Space have supplied Nesite raised access flooring to buildings for over twenty years as part of their Flexible Space concept, and one of the key features of Nesite flooring is the range of high specification panel finishes that the Italian based manufacturer are able to provide. No. 1 Cavendish Place in London is a prime example of how these finishes can be applied in a commercial environment to create a superb, high specification interior.
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